16 January 2015 One-step, low-temperature deposited perovskite solar cell utilizing small molecule additive
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In the current study, the perovskite absorber (CH3NH3PbI3) is processed via one-step deposition employing the small molecule additive, BmPyPhB, which can be dissolved in dimethylformamide along with precursors. Here, 1,3-Bis[3,5-di(pyridin-3-yl)phenyl]benzene (BmPyPhB) functions as the morphology controller to introduce an intermediate phase during perovskite film growth, which allows well-defined and precrystallized domains formed before the annealing treatment. Furthermore, a chloroform solvent wash procedure is applied afterward to remove BmPyPhB from perovskite without damaging the predetermined morphology. Thus, postannealing as low as 100°C for 5 min can achieve the optimal power conversion efficiency of 8% in a planar-structured inverted solar cell.
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Chun-Chao Chen, Chun-Chao Chen, Zirou Hong, Zirou Hong, Gang Li, Gang Li, Qi Chen, Qi Chen, Huanping Zhou, Huanping Zhou, Yang Yang, Yang Yang, } "One-step, low-temperature deposited perovskite solar cell utilizing small molecule additive," Journal of Photonics for Energy 5(1), 057405 (16 January 2015). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.JPE.5.057405 . Submission:
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